LAST UPDATED: 15 October 2020
This Agreement (“Agreement”) governs use of and access to the Intel 471 Titan and API (Application Program
Interface) primarily consisting of an offering of cyber threat intelligence information (“Publication”).
A user may not copy the Publication or any portion thereof except as expressly permitted herein. For the purposes of this provision “copy” shall not include copying of statements and instructions of the Publication or any portion thereof that naturally occurs during normal program execution when used in accordance with and for the purposes described in the documentation or in the course of making unmodified copies of the Publication or documentation as part of the regular back-up of the Publication in accordance with standard industry business practices. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Intel 471 has terminated any license granted for the Publication, no right to use the Publication is granted hereunder.
The terms, conditions and warranties contained in this Agreement that by their sense and context are intended to survive the performance hereof shall so survive the completion of performance, cancellation or termination of this Agreement.
ACCESS AND USE.
Sharing or transferring user names or passwords is strictly prohibited without written permission from Intel 471.
User will only use the Publication in accordance with this Agreement, all applicable laws and regulations, and the documentation provided by Intel 471, if any, as part of and for use in conjunction with the Publication.
User will not knowingly infringe any Intel 471, Intel 471 affiliate or third party copyrights, trademarks, industrial design rights, rights of privacy and publicity, trade secrets, patents, or other proprietary or legal rights.
User acknowledges that the Publication may include software that may be subject to export, import, and/or use controls by Government Authorities (as hereinafter defined) by way of law or regulation. User agrees that the Publication will not be exported, imported, used, transferred, or re-exported except in compliance with the laws and regulations of the national and/or other government authorities with authority over the country(ies) and/or territory(ies) from which the Publication is being exported or to which the Publication is being imported (collectively, the “Government Authority(ies)”). Notwithstanding any agreement with a third-party or any provision of law, regulation or policy, if user is any agency of the government of the United States of America, then user’s rights in respect of the Publication shall not exceed the rights provided under this Agreement, unless expressly agreed upon by Intel 471 in a separate written agreement.
By virtue of this agreement, confidential information may be disclosed to user. User agrees to disclose only Intel 471 information that is required for the performance of obligations under this agreement. The term “confidential information” refers to any information marked confidential or disclosed or provided under circumstances that would lead a reasonable person to conclude that the information was confidential and includes everything within Intel 471’s
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Publication. Confidential information shall not include information that: (a) is or becomes a part of the public domain through no act or omission of the other party; (b) was in the other party’s lawful possession prior to the disclosure and had not been obtained by the other party either directly or indirectly from the disclosing party; (c) is lawfully disclosed to the other party by a third party without restriction on the disclosure; or (d) is independently developed by the other party.
User will hold Intel 471’s confidential information in confidence for a period of five years from the date of disclosure. Nothing shall prevent either party from disclosing the terms under this agreement in any legal proceeding arising from or in connection with this agreement or disclosing the confidential information to a federal or state governmental entity as required by law.
As part of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) we will provide you with what information we collect and store on you and the reasons for doing so.
What do we store at sign up:
As part of signing up with us and having an account on Titan we store your account name, email address and a
hashed and salted password hash.
Your account name which is typically set to your real name is provided to us as part of us creating your account on Titan. When you login to Titan you can set your account name to anything that you wish. We do not store your account name in any other place. The account name is used purely for aesthetics in Titan’s web user interface and automated emails.
Your email address is what uniquely identifies your account on Titan. The email address is used as your Titan login name, to receives automated emails from Titan including two factor authentication emails (if enabled), the daily email and to receive emailed finished intelligence products.
Hashed and salted password hash
We store your hashed and salted password hash. At no point do we store any password in cleartext. The hashed
and salted password hash is used for authentication in conjunction with your email address.
What do we store/log upon usage:
Unless we have a contractual requirement not to store this, all of your activity including contents of queries and what you have viewed on Titan is logged including time of access, browser version (user agent) and IP accessed from is stored for one year. If we have a contractual requirement to store not to store log what your organization has viewed, we still store access information but do not know what you viewed or searched.
This usage logging is done purely and only for security auditing purposes whereby we would need to investigate a leak of Intel 471 sensitive information. In no case would we seek to use your usage activity to drive our intelligence function or provide it to your employer. We spend a lot of time, resources and money on building placement and access and losing those would have a detrimental effect on both Intel 471 and our customer’s intelligence programs. Access to usage logs within Intel 471 is also tightly controlled to a small number of employees at the company.
Examples of what our usage logs look like: Searching for an actor on a specific forum:
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Viewing a post from a forum:
07:37:51.467 [[email protected]]
Logs from our web server:
170.22.268.192 - - [22/Jun/2018:03:11:20 -0500] "GET /e/info?t=1529699830747 HTTP/1.1" 401 0
post_uid=face7159cfec1e8cadf93db4c65b0f6f" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:56.0)
Cookies are also used as part of the login process into Titan to maintain the current logged in session information. For queries or requests on this data, please contact our designed Data Privacy Officer Richard Hoberman at
[email protected]. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY.
User acknowledges that the Publication and the contents thereof are the intellectual property of Intel 471. User further acknowledges that nothing in this Agreement shall constitute a sale or transfer of title or ownership from Intel 471 to user of any rights in and to the Publication. User shall not, infringe, or enable the infringement of, the intellectual property rights of Intel 471 in any way, including without limitation by making available externally from user including without limitation by auto-forwarding via email, manually forwarding via email, posting on a publicly accessible website, directly or indirectly reproducing, downloading or otherwise distributing (in any form current or yet to be developed) the Publication or any portion thereof without prior written permission of Intel 471. During the Term and after termination or expiration of the Agreement, any dissemination or mass distribution of content from the Publication is expressly prohibited. All rights not explicitly granted to user herein are reserved to Intel 471.
User may provide Intel 471 with feedback on the Publication, including, without limitation, feedback on bugs and faults within or relating to the Publication, or suggestions for improvements or other changes to all or any portion of the Publication. User hereby agrees that Intel 471 shall own all feedback, ideas, concepts and changes to any portion of the Publication developed or identified in the course of or as a result of user’s use of the Publication and all associated intellectual property rights (“Results”), and user hereby assigns to Intel 471 all of user’s right, title and interest thereto. User will not knowingly provide Intel 471 Results that are subject to third party intellectual property rights.
By submitting a malware sample you agree that Intel 471 may use the malware sample and any derivative technical information and data derived from the sample without restriction.